Dr. Bakaimi Ioanna

Ph.D. dissertation carried out at IESL-FORTH, entitled "Structural, Magnetic and Magnetodielectric Behavior of Geometrically Frustrated Manganese Oxides" (2014); degree awarded by the University of Crete (Physics Dept.).


  • 2005, M.Sc. Applied Physics; University of Silesia, Katowice, Poland
  • 2004, B.Sc. Physics; Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece


  • synthesis and characterisation of frustrated magnets
  • two-dimensional triangular systems of transition metal oxides
  • custom-made setups for probing the magnetodielectric response
  • X-ray and neutron powder diffraction
Hydration-induced spin-glass state in a frustrated Na-Mn-O triangular lattice
I. Bakaimi, R. Brescia, C.M. Brown, A.A. Tsirlin, M.A. Green, and A. Lappas
Phys. Rev. B, Volume:93, Page:184422, Year:2016,
Multiple Twinning as a Structure Directing Mechanism in Layered Rock-Salt-Type Oxides: NaMnO2 Polymorphism, Redox Potentials and Magnetism
A.M. Abakumov, A.A. Tsirlin, I. Bakaimi, G. Van Tendeloo, and A. Lappas
Chem. Mater. , Volume:26, Page:3306, Year:2014,
Coupled Commensurate Cation and Charge Modulation in the Tunnelled Structure Na0.40(1)MnO2
I. Kruk, P. Zajdel, W.-van Beek, I. Bakaimi, A. Lappas, C. Stock, and M.A. Green
J. Am. Chem. Soc. , Volume:133, Page:13950, Year:2011,
Multiferroicity and Hydrogen-Bond Ordering in (C2H5NH3)2CuCl4 Featuring Dominant Ferromagnetic Interactions
B. Kundys, A. Lappas, M. Viret, V. Kapustianyk, V. Rudyk, S. Romanyshyn, Ch. Simon, and I. Bakaimi
Phys. Rev. B, Volume:81, Page:224434, Year:2010,